Osmo is a new, fun and educational gaming platform for kids, which feels like a real game changer. It’s a simple idea done brilliantly well, and will appeal to parents who prefer their children to be a bit more active with their iPad games.
It’s a combination of hardware and apps that bring the iPad to life in a way that most app-only games can’t match.
Tangible Play’s Osmo brings iPad gameplay to life by being very hands on and physical. Instead of swiping and tapping players draw (on paper), pick up and throw (real) letter tiles, and fit geometric shapes (also real) together to create picture puzzles.
Osmo is aimed at children aged 6-12 but it’s just as much fun for adults, and younger kids can have fun too. Unlike most iPad games it’s one for the whole family to play together.
According to techadvisor